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Indian agents

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Dew M. Wisdom, U.S. Indian Agent to the Five Civilized Tribes., undated

 Item — Box Photo P-34a, Item: 3151
Scope and Contents From the Collection: Black and white original prints, copy prints and glass plate negatives of the Apache, Comanche, Delaware, Temeculz, Kawaiisu, Creek, Umatilla, Chippewa, Paiute, Sioux, Oto, Choctaw, Pawnee, Osage, Ponca, Mohave, Kickapoo, Taos, Pueblo, Yuma, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Crow, Navajo, Kiowa, Tonkawa, Sac and Fox, Kalispel, Kutenai, Flathead, Spokan, Attu, Quileute, Seminole, Wasco, Modoc, Shasta, Yakima, Shoshoni, Kiowa-Apache, Skitswish, Cheyenne, Shawnee, Nez Perce, Arapaho, Caddo, Wichita, Yakima, Makah, and Blackfoot Indians. Also includes images of mining, the oil industry, the military, agriculture, the range cattle industry, education, and transportation in Oklahoma Territory, Oklahoma state, and Indian Territory. Scenes of the towns of McAlester, Edmond, Alva, Weatherford, Pawhuska, Clairemore, Ponca City, Purcell, Duncan, Noble, Lexington, Shawnee, Beaver. Plainview, Lavern, Henryetta, Atoka, Tahlequah, Guthrie, Tishomingo, and Eufaula are included. In addition the first year of...
Dates: undated

Haworth, James M. (James Mahlon), 1831-1885

Dates: Existence: 1831-11-19 - 1885-03-12

John J. Knox Collection

Identifier: WHC-M-2607
Scope and Contents


Correspondence (1875) from U.S. Indian agent John J. Knox to his brother, William W. Knox of Clarkston, Michigan. John Knox writes from the "South West Corner Pottawatomie Reserve 165 miles from Muscogee, Ind. Ter." and describes the poor quality of the land on which the Potawatomi Indians reside, and their general living conditions.

Dates: 1875

Meigs, Return Jonathan, 1740-1823

Dates: Existence: 1740 - 1823